|Ten years ago two drunks and a junkie decided to take advantage of Montreal's many 'make work' programs and accept a job at a government-funded magazine.
Of course, after two months of writing nothing but biting fashion critiques, Suroosh Alvi, Gavin McInnes, and Shane Smith were fired. Determined to continue making fun of people, the triumvirate founded VICE Magazine and moved to New York, where it grew into several stores, a film company, a TV show, a publishing house, a record label, and a ton of other stuff. Throughout all these changes VICE has consistently produced the same hilarious fashion commentary that made them so popular in the first place.
The DOs are put on a pedestal that soars way past God and the DON'Ts are so cruel they sound litigiously close to death threats. The DO's and DON'Ts may not tell you too much about what you should be wearing, but they are always mind-blowingly, eye-poppingly, scream-laugh funny, and this book contains every one VICE ever published (and a bunch more).